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Student Art Show Call for Entries

March 20, 2017

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CALL FOR ENTRIES
Cleveland State University
46th Student Art Show, May 5th to June 10th 2017

Drop off: Tuesday, April 25th + Wednesday, April 26th
10am to 4pm in the Art Gallery, located at 1307 Euclid Ave.
(entrace at side door on East 13th street)

Opening Reception: Friday, May 5th, 5 to 8PM

Requirements to Enter Juried Exhibition:

-All CSU students are eligible to participate

-Students may submit up to 4 pieces in any medium, size, or subject matter

-All works must have been produced in this past year

-Works must be ready to hang (matted/ framed/ with proper hanging hardware attached)

-All works will be sold as displayed

If you have any questions see Tim in the gallery or call 216-687-2317

CSU Urban Affairs Water Photo Contest

March 24, 2016
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Summer on the Cuyahoga, by Amanda Vargo

To celebrate the Year of Clean Water, the Levin College of Urban Affairs is hosting a photo contest. This contest is open to all photographers. The theme is “What Water Means to You” and we are looking for images that convey the role that water plays in your life and the life of your city and region.
The winners of the contest will be chosen by a group of water-enthusiasts who are currently helping to organize a two-day conference in April 2016 entitled Water Resilient Cities Conference, focused on how cities in the Great Lakes Basin are planned and managed to increase water resilience to the disruptions of climate change.
The contest entries will be displayed on a special page on the Levin College web site and in the Thomas Campbell Gallery at the Levin College during the Water Resilient Cities conference. The top 5 photos will be considered winners and will be prominently displayed in the Gallery and featured at the conference. The Gallery is open to the public.
For more info click here.

Free CIFF Films for CSU Students

March 21, 2016

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The Cleveland International Film Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year – and Cleveland State University students, faculty and staff are invited to get in on the cinematic fun.

CIFF40 will take place Wednesday, March 30, through Sunday, April 10, at Tower City Cinemas and select neighborhood screening locations. The festival will showcase 193 feature films and 213 short films representing 72 countries. Program guides are available across the CSU campus.

Tickets are $14 per film for CIFF members ($25 student memberships are available) and $16 for the general public. CSU students, faculty and staff can use the code CSU to receive a $2 discount per ticket. Tickets are available online (www.clevelandfilm.org), by phone (1.877.304.FILM) or in person at the Film Festival Box Office in the lobby of Tower City Cinemas.

Here are more ways to get in on the festivities:

VOUCHERS

Festival vouchers are available at the CSU Student Center Information Desk for CSU students, faculty and staff (two per person) with a valid Viking Card, starting Tuesday, March 22. The voucher must be exchanged in person at Tower City Cinemas for a free ticket to a specific screening. You are encouraged to exchange your voucher as early as possible to avoid stand-by or sellouts.

APRIL 4: CSU DAY AT THE CIFF 

Monday, April 4, is CSU Day at the CIFF. CSU students, faculty and staff who present a valid Viking Card at the Film Festival Box Office (open 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.) can see one film per round at no charge – up to six films over the course of the entire day (subject to ticket availability).

APRIL 9: FILMMAKER PANELS AT CSU 

In conjunction with the festival, the CSU School of Communication once again will host a free series of interactive panel discussions featuring visiting filmmakers whose works are being shown in the festival. This year’s event, set for Saturday, April 9, will feature the following panels:

  • Pre-production and Funding Essentials (10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. )
  • Independent Film Production (11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.)
  • The Documentary – Present and Future (1:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.)
  • Post-production – Editing and More (3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

These panel discussions, which are open to the public, will be held in the MU107 Auditorium in the CSU Music and Communication Building, 2001 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Please visit clevelandfilm.org/festival/special-programs/filmmaker-panels for more information.

MORE FREE SCREENINGS FOR STUDENTS 

From Thursday, March 31, through Sunday, April 10, the festival also will offer free morning, matinee and late-night screenings to CSU students who present their valid Viking Card. Free films will be screened weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., as well as after 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets will be available one hour before screening start time and distributed on a first come, first served basis while supplies last. Students should go to the Duke Desk (Will Call) outside the entrance to Tower City Cinemas with their Viking Card to obtain a ticket (one per student, per film).

– See more at: http://www.csuohio.edu/news/cleveland-international-film-festival-offers-free-film-screenings-and-discount-tickets-for-csu#sthash.iHHqh1TJ.dpuf

People’s Art Show T-Shirt Design Competition

September 22, 2014

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Download PDF flyer: t-shirt002

People’s Art Show Call for Entries

September 22, 2014

PAS21WebDrop Off:
Fri, Oct 17 and Sat, Oct 18
10am – 4pm
In person drop off only

All work accepted and exhibited

Opening Reception: Thu, Oct 30th 5-8pm

 

CSU Photo Represents in Case Reserve Review

September 15, 2014

CSU photo was well represented in the Fall 2014 issue of Case Reserve Review, a literary and art journal published by Case Western Reserve University. In fact, we dominated. Congratulations to Yiyun Chen who nabbed the cover and to everyone else who was published. Many of you had multiple images published. Stay awesome.

Hard copies are available on the campus of CWRU. Here’s a link to the PDF.

 

Microsoft Office, Other Software Free for Students

August 21, 2014

Office ProPlus to all students and all full-time and part-time faculty and staff. Two versions will be available; Office 365 ProPlus – Full Office suite, including the latest versions of Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and PowerPoint for PC’s and Mac’s and Office 365 Online, a scaled down version of Office that resides in the cloud as part of your Engage365 account. You can download this software on up to 5 different computers! more

Graduating? Buy Adobe Software Before You Leave

May 8, 2014

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Select Adobe softare titles are available for student purchase from the CSU Bookstore at greatly discounted prices. Contact the CSU Bookstore for availability and prices.

Road Closures This Week

April 28, 2014

 

 

Alert!  Give yourself extra time to get to school this week!

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 The Playhouse Square Chandelier Light Ceremony, “Dazzle the District” is Friday, May 2. Please note the following road closures as they may affect your commute between April 30 and May 2.

Wednesday, April 30: Euclid Avenue between East 13th Street and East 14th Street will close after morning rush hour.

Road Closures:

Thursday, May 1: Euclid Avenue will close between East 13th Street and East 18th Street. East 14th Street will close between Euclid Avenue and Prospect Avenue after evening rush hour.

Friday, May 2: East 17th Street will close from Prospect Avenue to just north of Euclid Avenue. The roads will reopen by 9 a.m. on May 3.

Access to West Garage (WG) on E. 17th will be available from Chester Avenue only during the closure on May 2.

CSU Parking anticipates city streets will be very congested due to these closures. We recommend alternate WG parking for prepaid green hangtags in CG, MG, EG & SG (swipe in and out with your active Viking card).

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Why Cleveland, Ohio is Making Headlines

March 30, 2014

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Forbes recently included Cleveland among the 15 U.S. cities with emerging downtowns. The New York Post said, “Cleveland is seeing a revival.” Fortune Magazine went so far as to call Cleveland a “new Brooklyn,” comparing three of our trendiest neighborhoods to Williamsburg…

…Cleveland State created an Arts Campus in PlayhouseSquare, bringing together our theatre, dance, and art departments in a central hub. Students pursuing their passion for the arts have an unprecedented opportunity to do so alongside seasoned professionals at the Allen Theatre, which boasts three state-of-the-art performance venues.

Check out Why Cleveland, Ohio is Making Headlines by CSU President Berkman in the Huffington Post College Blog.